Adrian Burton Jovanovic
Adrian Burton Jovanovic BSE'89 is founder and President of eMedia Music Corp., a leading publisher of educational music software recognized as one of Washington’s top 100 software companies. eMedia develops and distributes a variety of music products, including software, videos and music instruments, including products under the For Dummies brand.
Formerly, Adrian worked at Microsoft Corporation as a Program Manager and Software Design Engineer, designing and developing tools used for the creation of Microsoft multimedia titles including the Microsoft Encarta encyclopedia.
Adrian serves as a City of Seattle Music Commissioner and has served on a number of non-profit boards, including as a co-founding board member and President of Committee to Save Cooper Union.
Adrian received his BSE degree from Cooper Union in 1989. While at Cooper Union he was Chapter President of the national engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi and Founder and Captain of the division winning Cooper Union Tennis Team. Upon graduation he was awarded the Cooper Union Alumni Association Award for outstanding service and later was later inducted into the Society of 1859, recognizing Cooper Union donors who have made enduring gifts. More recently, Adrian received the 2016 Cooper Union Alumnus of the Year Award.
Elected to the board in 2015
Term limit ends: 2023